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Autumn TEACH Symposium Call for Proposals

The Autumn TEACH Symposium offers free, in-person, and online workshops and will occur on September 19 (Mon.), 21 (Wed.), and 23 (Fri.). All Stanford community members are invited to facilitate a session on teaching, learning, or technology.

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Welcome to Teaching Commons

Stanford Teaching Commons is designed for all members of the Stanford community (instructors, TAs, support staff) who are interested in learning, education, and pedagogy.

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Getting started

Watch this two-minute video walkthrough of the Teaching Commons

Navigating the Teaching Commons site

  • The Explore Teaching Guides section offers comprehensive guides arranged by key topics. 
  • The Find Articles section includes quick how-tos, activity ideas, and instructor interviews.
  • In the Connect to Resources section, you'll find a growing list of helpful services from across the university.

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What's new: Summer Quarter 2022

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Teaching guides

Each teaching guide is a curated collection of content pages from across the Teaching Commons focusing on a particular theme. We hope that they serve as pathways to help you navigate the Teaching Commons.

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Teaching Commons media library

The library features on-demand archival recordings of online workshops for the Stanford community delivered by campus experts from across the university. Use your Stanford Google account to access.

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Learning to enrich face-to-face instruction

A featured article from the Center for Teaching and Learning about how online and pandemic teaching practices can enrich face-to-face instruction.

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Center for Teaching and Learning

We support evidence-based and inclusive learning and teaching practices, educational programs and training, community building, and strong collaborations and partnerships with schools, departments, and other offices.

Center for Teaching and Learning
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GSE IT Teaching Resources

An evolving collection of stories, findings, and resources inspired by GSE instructors’ move to the online classroom.

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Teach Anywhere

Teach Anywhere is your go-to spot for university policies and procedures on the academic calendar, class scheduling, and more.

Teach Anywhere

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